The peanut butter you remember from childhood now has competition from creamy spreads that are ground from a variety of nuts, seeds and other legumes.
If nothing brings your family into the kitchen faster than a homemade treat baking in the oven, don’t despair. It’s easy to make your much-loved recipes healthier with these 12 easy tips from Cleveland Clinic dietitian Anna Taylor.
For decades, we’ve been told that fats in food are unhealthy. New research is now prompting medical experts to re-evaluate fat — and it’s not totally taboo. “A lot of what we believed about fats has turned out not to hold up to scientific scrutiny,” says Steven Nissen, MD, Chairman of the Department of Cardiovascular Medicine at Cleveland Clinic. A … Read More
Bulletproof coffee is the latest trend, but does adding butter and oil to your morning jolt really pack the health punch proponents claim it does?
If your family is clamoring for corn on the cob this summer, why not try a few of our healthier takes? Instead of the usual butter/salt duo, Cleveland Clinic Children’s dietitian Tara Harwood has created a dozen flavor sensations – there’s sure to be something to please everyone in the entire family!
Butter. Yogurt butter. Olive-oil margarine. There’s no end to the variety of spreads available today. How do you know which ones are healthy for your heart? You can’t go by total fat. If most of the fat is heart-healthy monounsaturated or polyunsaturated fat, that’s a good thing. But if there is even a miniscule amount … Read More